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Elon Musk's Starlink finally makes Philippine debut after being announced last year.

On Twitter, SpaceX announced that Starlink's low-earth satellite broadband internet service now in placed to provide connectivity especially to Filipinos in remote areas.




"Available na ngayon ang Starlink sa Pilipinas," it said. 

According to the company's website, countries in Asia can consistently get speeds between 50 to 200 Mbps.

A link directing to an order form is available to those interested. The website offers promo up to 30 days, "if not satisfied, return for a full refund of the hardware costs," it says.




Starlink internet connectivity cost at P2,700 monthly and a one-time payment of P29,320 for the hardware which includes a satellite dish, excluding the shipping fee.

Philippines is the second country that rolled out Starlink service following Japan which was launched October last year. It was first scheduled last December for Philippine debut, however, delays in the production and deployment of low earth orbit satellites was pushed back.

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